Chinese Aluminum Cos. Hit With Countervailing Duties

The U.S. Department of Commerce has slapped a pair of aluminum extrusion producers from China with countervailing duties after concluding that the companies’ exports of the products to the U.S. were subsidized.

The tariff determination, handed down on Monday, resulted from an administrative review by Commerce that found mandatory respondents Changzhou Jinxi Machinery Co. Ltd. and tenKsolar Co. Ltd. — two producers of various aluminum alloy components made through an extrusion process — both received subsidies during the period of review which extended from January to...

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